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Sunday, April 19, 2015

Articles tagged: Los Angeles Angels

MLB teams with biggest offseasons are struggling the most

One month of the baseball season has passed. Albert Pujols has as many home runs on May 2nd as he did on December 2nd. The Dodgers are in first place, this time not just for being one of the Major Leagues’ most mismanaged teams. Who would have predicted this would be the case? Maybe it…Read More

Angels call up Mike Trout after releasing Bobby Abreu

The Angels promoted prospect Mike Trout and released Bobby Abreu on Friday in response to the team’s early-season struggles. The Angels are 6-14, have lost five in a row, and are currently one of the worst teams in the American League. They’re tied for last in the AL with 13 home runs, tied for the…Read More

Mike Napoli, More Than Vernon Wells, May Have Cost Tony Reagins His Job

Tony Reagins is out as the general manager of the Angels after taking over the position in October, 2007. What’s sad, is that much like his predecessor, Bill Stoneman, Angels fans are celebrating the news of his demotion. Fans never want to celebrate the firing of a front office executive because that generally correlates to…Read More

Angels Give Derek Jeter a Painting Commemorating His 3,000 Hits

It’s not enough for Derek Jeter to get his own line of gear at MLB.com commemorating his 3,000 hits. It’s not enough that his Yankees teammates commissioned a statue celebrating the milestone. The Angels decided they had to get in on the act. This is actually nothing new. We told you last month that the…Read More

Angels Will Have Tough Time Catching Rangers Without More Offense

The Angels are a season-high 11 games over .500 and trailing Texas in the AL West. They haven’t been in first place since May but they’ve been playing good ball lately. Still, there’s reason to be concerned about their ability to overtake Texas. After a 2-1 win over Seattle Sunday, manager Mike Scioscia pointed out…Read More

Angels Plan to Honor Derek Jeter in September

No player in baseball history will be more famous than Derek Jeter 50 or so years from now.  There’s no arguing that his name will be in the conversation with guys like Ted Williams, Babe Ruth, and Mickey Mantle.  With the career he has put together, Jeter deserves all the attention he has been getting…Read More

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